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(male announcer) this is the bay area news station, kron 4 news starts now. >> parents at a christian preschool in the east bay.
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learning that one of the teachers used tape to tie up a two year old who refused to take a nap. we are live at the meeting going on right now at the church in pleasanton. >> we are devastated and >> police and school administrators say it's too early to tell what really happened, but interviews are now being conducted. school officials say it allegedly happened sometime in the past. but they only found out about it earlier this month. that's when the former teacher -- angela cal-cagno -showed a photo of the child to co-workers. and one of them happened to be the little girl's mother. she called police. new tonight at 8. kron 4's scott rates is live in pleasanton outside a meeting held for parents. new tonight at 8. kron 4's alecia reid went to the livermore neighborhood where angela cal-cagno lives. and talked to neighbors. developing right now-- a day-care teacher is behind bars tonight. accused of drugging children to get them to fall asleep. police arrested 59-year-old deborah gratz monday. and charged her with several counts of felony child endangerment. police say it happened at the kiddie academy child care facility on monterey road. in morgan hill. gratz was a full time teacher. she was fired friday after a colleague saw her put
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something into the drinking cups of some children. and tonight. there's growing concern among parents at the school. kron four's rob fladeboe talks to parents about the charges. kiddie academy parent bianca flores says the news about what happened made her >> sick. >> reporter: flores says her 2-year-old son caleb suffers from seizures and while he wasn't in deborah gratz' class on friday, when the alleged drugging took place, he has been in her care on many other days. some parents expressed confidence in the kiddie academy, which issued a statement vowing cooperation with police, but others say this is news no parent wants to hear. bianca flores has pulled caleb out of school for now, saying he won't return until he's been checked out by a doctor. >> reporter: in morgan hill rob fladeboe kron 4 news. >> the day care facility released this statement today. saying "we take this matter very seriously. ms. gratz was terminated immediately for her actions. we are cooperating fully with authorities." >> the fire at berkeley's famous 'chez panisse' restaurant
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has done a lot of damage -- and caused big delays in re-opening. the top rated dining spot is still closed. as chef alice waters and her team figure out what to do next. kron 4's justine waldman got a look inside the restaurant today - and shows us the damage >> "we are inside chez panisse the famous berkeley restaurant that caught on fire last week. this is supposed to be the main dining area, and instead of being filled with people enjoying delicious food there are fans trying to blow the smoky fire smell out." it is in the main dining room you can really see the extent of the damage. the popular place to celebrate anniversary's and birthdays. looks ruined, but not beyond repair. all the electrical wires are exposed. there is no power, only generators fueling light stands. and the cracked windows are covered. the kitchen is fine, just empty. outside, the front porch suffered the most damage. it is now boarded up and unsafe to be near. >> and this now is underneath the porch where investigators believe the
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fire started you can see it is gutted and charred investigators still believe an electrical box like this one caught on fire setting the blaze. with all this wreckage chez panisse is cooking up a plan to rise from the ashesby cleaning up and getting ready to rebuild. >> we are making decisions about whether to open while we are still doing construction or whether to finish it and then open and how we can mitigate all that big puzzle that we are just piecing together but we are currently canceling all reservations 3 weeks out. >> reporter: while it has a long way to go. chez panisse promises it will be back, and better than berkeley justine waldman kron 4 news. >> catherine: benicia police are asking for public help in finding this man. 53-year-old arcelio cruz-- also know as r-c. he was last seen at his benicia home monday - just before midnight. he has medical problems - and is considered at risk cruz was last seen wearing a black hooded sweatshirt, jeans, and brown boots.
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surveillance video shows a missing woman last thursday morning. 31-year-old erica maskaleris was walking along 34th and telegraph in oakland. she's now been missing for 6-days. her brother talks about the last phone conversation they had. >> rework excited for her trip to come-we were excited. 2 co to come and visit me in dallas...".and we're going to find you." >> catherine: a one- thousand-dollar reward is now being offered in the case. r >> he was listed on oakland's most wanted criminal list. his name is chau van - but now. he's speaking out. claiming it's all a huge mistake. tonight, van is fighting back - filing a lawsuit
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against the oakland police department. kron four's terisa estacio reports. >> reporter: chau van says the past year as been a nightmare. when all of a sudden he learned that he was on a list, this list naming him as one of allegedly being a involved in a gang related shooting. >> my name was everywhere. >> reporter: so in response he turned himself in. >> but they put me in jail. >> reporter: he sat for three days here at santa rita jail and then was released with police saying there wasn't enough to charge him. now he is charging back with force. filing a suit against the oakland police department.
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>> we want to help him - this has been aggregious. >> reporter: van says he has been forced to move 3 times in the last year getting odd jobs like a cook. he was a former real estate consultant and web designer. >> do you feel the deparmtne can be trusted. >> no opd no response. terisa estacio, kron 4 news. >> this just in to the kron 4 news room a barge and oil pipeline are burning tonight in louisana.and the u.s. coast guard will not try to extinguish the large barge and pipeline fire that severely burned a man and put him in critical condition tuesday night. officials say the water is too shallow and the fire is too intense to put out. the depth of the water at the scene is 1 to 2 feet deep, according to the coast guard. the coast guard says it's unclear how long it will take the fire to burn out. the incident happened in bayou perot near the 4900 block of kenal road. all four people on the
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vessel are accounted for, but one person was severely burned. he is being treated at the west jefferson medical center. officials with west jeff say the man suffered burns to over 75 percent of his body. he was being treated in the emergency room and will be transferred to the baton rouge general burn facility. he is in critical condition. a second passenger on the tug boat hurt his side when he was knocked off the boat. coast guard officials say there is currently crude oil in the water, though the amount is unknown. the tug boat was attached to a barge carrying 2,215 barrels of crude oil. officials believe the vessel may have hit a natural gas wellhead, but the official cause is still unknown >> jacqueline: 60s with 50s however, all along the coastline. cooler because of that fog that does not want to clear. take a live look outside of the golden gate bridge. the visibility is drastically reduced. it is just the immediate coast. it is fine for the bayshore but
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that fog will spread for tomorrow. and it will also clear quicker tomorrow. the sea breeze is intact but it could clear more with warmer conditions, everywhere including the coast. your warmer temperatures, coming after a raft >> reporter: two streets are being re-named in santa clara near the fourty niners new stadium.and they're legendary franhise names.dibartalo and walsh. after the team asked.the city of santa clara says it will re-name centennial boulevard marie-p-debartalo way.after c-e-o jed york's late grandmother. marie is the matriarch of the debartalo york ownership family. and a new street just south of the stadium will be called bill walsh drive. before passing in 2007, walsh led the niners to three super bowl titles.
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>> celebrities and government officials targeted. celebrities and top government officials -- targeted in a huge hacking scandal. some of the famous names whose financial information has been posted online. also - was there life onthe incredible discovery made by the rover curiosity.. and: no decision yet on who will be the next pope the latest developments from vatican city. the [ teen ] times are good, aren't they, kids? it's nice having u-verse, isn't it? see back in my day, we didn't have these newfangled wireless receivers. fangled? no, we watched march madness in the living room... that's where the tv outlet was. what is he talking about? and if mom was hosting her book club that day, guess missed it! we couldn't just move the tv all willy-nilly all over the house. ohh! ohh! kids today have it so good. ok. [ male announcer ] call to get u-verse tv starting at $19 a month for 2 years with qualifying bundles. rethink possible.
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if you ever wanted to pass yourself off as kim the info is out there. the web site with this ominous=looking picture began posting the information yesterday. michelle obama's student loan.
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ashton kutcher's mortgage. kim kardashian's car payments, the hackers targets: powerful politicians, a=list movie stars and celebrity wannabes. >> trump: i think it's terrible >> george stephanopoulos: a massive hacking scandal >> inside edition host: the most serious celebrity computer hack ever!!! >> reporter: the financial reporting firm equifax confirms that some of its data was accessed illegally. another company, transunion, says its information was breached wheh sophisticated perpetrators posed as account holders. cnn's brian todd explains how it works: >> "experts say perpetrators do that by first getting your social security number or date of birth from another source, then they either call a credit agency or go online posing as you to get all the financial data they can." >> reporter: so now we know paris hilton has lost her mastercard four times. but with the first lady among the victims, along with hillary clinton and vice president joe biden, the secret service is involved. the fbi is investigating because director robert mueller's information was posted. and the los angeles police department is on the case because chief charlie beck is also on the list. >> we will vigorously pursue the individuals who have me
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a victim and have made a number of other people who are in the public eye victims >> reporter: the only clue to the hackers' motivation is their shout=out to tv's vigilante serial killer, dexter. the web site includes a quote from the finale of season two: "if you believe that god makes miracles, you have to wonder if satan has a few up his sleeve." >> catherine: nasa now thinks that mars was once capable of supporting very simple forms of life. the discovery was made by the mars rover, which arrived on the red planet back in august. kron 4's charles clifford has more. >> reporter: for the past few months the curiosity rover has been exploring an area just north of the martian what's called the gale crater. at the moment the probe is sitting in what's believed to be an ancient stream bed. using a variety of scientific instruments, the probe has been drilling into and analyzing rocks.. looking for signs of life. what it's found in this dust is sulfur, nitrogen,
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hydrogen, oxygen, phosphorus and carbon... the basic chemical building blocks of life as we know it. they've also found mineral clay, basically dried out mud, which indicates that at some point in the distant pst, probably millions of years ago, this area was covered in fresh water. the water was fresh, not to salty or acidic.. that means that microbial life could have survived
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here. there are also traces of sulfates and sulfides... a possible food source for the microbes. >> this was an ancient environment with the right elements. minerals indicating a near neutral environment and slightly salty water. all the prerequisites to support life. a habitable environment. these discoveries mean that life may have existed eons ago, but as of yet scientists have not found any actual signs of life... microbial or otherwise. now, the discovery comes despite a computer glitch which has slowed down curiosity's progress in recent weeks. nasa hopes to repair the problem and send the rover on to it's final destination at the top of a nearby mountain peak. in the newsroom, charles
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clifford kron 4 news. >> jacqueline: we can see this warm, dry pattern. of the door tomorrow, 40's and '50's. 60s and even 70's. this yellow is indicating 70's. 60s along the immediate coast. temperatures in your neighborhood. 70's through the san jose. low 70's for the east bayshore. even if warm along the coast. several degrees warmer. 60s but not the 70's. 70's for the north bay. as we go for thursday and friday the sea breeze will return. we will
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continue to cooling trend for next week. >> coming up seventh street and market street in the next edition of people behaving badly. >> gary: coming up later the draft choice with the raiders. and walker is draft choice with the raiders. and walker is gone...[ female announcer ] the one for all. mcdonald's dollar menu, home of the meaty, melty mcdouble you love... ♪ ...and other amazing tastes, for just a dollar each. ♪ like the bold hot n spicy mcchicken, and the new grilled onion cheddar burger topped with caramelized onions and melted white cheddar. everyday, as always, there's a lot to love for a little on mcdonald's dollar menu.
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(male announcer): here's stanley roberts who found some people behaving badly. >> lets look at the lady holding flip flops near the corner of 7th and market streets in san francisco see appear to be trying to sell the then to whomever is interested, then finally
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she get the attention of these men then the man with the black baseball cap takes the flip flop and places then in his back pack it's not unsual to see people items being sold in this area in fact this man is the grey beenie issomeone please tell me who sells raw meat out of a p sunny day or any for that matter here it appears that someone is selling a white polo shirt, but what all the sellers have in common is this guy in the wheelchair apparenty anything someone has to peddle he appears to be the go to guy from jewelery to flip flops but not raw meat this guy selling get this large containers of crest toothpaste all packed in a shopping basket do you ever get the feeling that your welcome warn out, well it seems that just happened now eariler i tried to talk to them and they acted like they did not understand a word i said however when the man in the wheel chair approached me i want you to let listen to
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the exchange >> you want pictures to me i don't care i don't know why >> the people wory about you i don't know why. >> more people worry about you >> yes i don't care i don't >> care about you exactly i'm >> just a guy with a camera >> right you wanna take me to the police office, >> i'm not a police officer you wnt to take me to jail (broken english) >> now whey this exchange was going on pay attention to what happens next they guy who was with them tries to sneak up behind me don't stand behind me like that now i don't know if any of this stuff sold stolen goods i'm not a physic, but i can tell you this, there is a sign that read please do not peddle without a permit but to be frank selling of goods has been going on here for years you just have to have the right amount of cash in san francisco stanley roberts kron 4 if you have a comment or story idea for stanley, e- mail us at m
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>> still ahead-- black smoke at the vatican -- meaning there's no choice for a new pope yet. the latest developments in the search for the world's next catholic leader. and - a sinkhole swallows up an illinois golfer. how he was able to get out. next. >> gary: this live look outside of the golden gate. this fog is going to return it >> jacqueline: with warmer conditions. coming up. stories at eight-thirty.
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>> catherine: parents and administrators at a christian pre-school in pleasanton are in shock. following allegations that a former teacher tied up a child for refusing to take a nap. police say they'll get to the bottom of it. in morgan hill, a day-care center teacher is accused of trying to drug children -- to get them to sleep. the suspect is deborah gratz, of hollister. it happened at the kiddie academy child care center on monterey road. morgan hill police say a fellow employee saw gratz putting something into the 'sippy cups' of some of children - which turned out to be a sleep aid -- 'sominex.' none of the children drank
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the concoction friday. but parents are upset. the fire at berkeley's famous restaurant -- chez panisse -- has done a lot of damage. it's still not open. this is a look at the interior. the top rated dining spot is still closed. as chef alice waters and her team figure out what to do next. >> a developing story tonight-- the first day of voting at the vatican's papal conclave ended with black smoke billowing from the sistine chapel-- that means. no decision on who the next pope will be. >> reporter: this chimney is the only glimpse the outside world has into what is happening inside the sistine chapel, where catholic cardinals from around the world have gathered to elect a new pope. after the first ballot -- black smoke, signifying no one has yet been chosen. the 115 cardinal electors celebrated a morning mass at st-peter's basilica. they chanted prayers as they processed into the sistine chapel. one-by-one they touched the gospel and swore an oath of secrecy. >> priest: "extra omnes" >> reporter: everyone but the cardinals was required to leave the chapel, before
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the doors were closed, sealing them off from the outside world until a decision is made. vatican-watchers say the selection process is more like a mass than a political convention. >> "it's not like somebody stands up and says, i think you ought to vote.there's no campaign speeches, none of that, there's a very complicated process of balloting that take about an hour or so to perform." >> reporter: two-thirds of the votes are needed to select the man who will succeed pope benedict the 16th. >> "the person who is chosen has to be someone who loves to pray, leads public prayer with great enthusiasm and devotion and prays privately and continually." >> reporter: the new pope will become the spiritual leader of one-point-two billion catholics worldwide, and will be instrumental in the future direction of the catholic church. church rules prevent cardinals over the age of 80 from participating in the
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conclave but allow them to attend the meetings that precede the vote. broiled kebabs and pasta and boiled veggies are on the menu during the voting process. when the next leader of the roman catholic church is chosen, white smoke will rise from the historic chapel. >> catherine: take a look at this. a golfer in illinois -- swallowed up by a sink- hole. mark mihal fell 18 feet while on the fairway. his friends first tried getting a ladder -- then one of them went into the hole to rescue him - using a rope. mark hurt his shoulder - but is otherwise ok.
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he says he noticed a little depression in the ground. and it just gave way. mark says he was holding onto mud -- hoping it wouldn't give way again. sinkholes are common in south-western illinois - as many as 15-thousand have been recorded. but most don't take golfers down with them. this of course follows the florida sinkhole a couple weeks ago that killed a man while he slept. >> jacqueline: to take a look at the current temperatures. it is pressing to the golden gate. along the coast from reduced visibility however, we are going to see the wind died down. we will take a look a
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your favorite temperatures, coming up. (closing bell) >> catherine: still ahead. the dow hits yet another record. a look at today's closing numbers. and: are twinkies making a comeback? when the famous snack could be back on store shelves.
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>> catherine: now for today's market update. another day and another record on wall street. stocks ended mixed.but the dow's winning streak has extended now to 8 days. the dow was up 3 points.ending at 14- thousand-450. the nasdaq fell 10 points and the s and p dropped nearly four points. 2.77 s&p 1,552.48 >> catherine: budding scientists from high schools across the u-s are showing off their ideas in intel's science talent search. five bay area students are finalists. tenth place went tonight to sahana vasu-devan of palo alto. she got a 20-thousand dollar award for math research. here's karin caifa now with
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a look at some of the students bright ideas. >> reporter: to most of us science is something that happens in a lab. to finalists in the intel science talent search, science is everywhere from the security line at the airport, to the dry cleaners. >> i thought what about everyday dry cleaning customers? are they exposed to residual perc after they get their clothes dry cleaned? >> reporter: alexa dantzler of virginia studied levels of a common dry cleaning chemical on consumers' clothing. and while alexa looked to her closet, catherine wong of new jersey looked to her smartphone, which inspired her to devise a bluetooth- enabled stethoscope and mobile-phone-based e-k-g. >> to be able to harness such a widespread platform to deliver something as basic as medical care is a really powerful tool for connecting the patients who need it most to doctors virtually anywhere in the world. >> reporter: while each of the forty student finalists headlines a project presented here in washington, they'll readily admit they didn't get here alone. and michael zhang of new york, who analyzed eye movements in ways that could identify threats to
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airport security, says that was part of the fun. >> the more people you have, the more diverse your ideas are and with that, you can only make progress from there. >> reporter: in addition to collaboration, organizers say the students will tell you, they're simply curious. >> they see that doggedness, that persistence, that stick-to-itness as being the really unique characteristic that they bring. >> reporter: the next generation of scientists, and problem-solvers. in washington, i'm karin caifa. >> catherine: twinkies could be back on supermarket shelves by this summer. hostess is moving ahead with plans to sell its famous snack cakes to investment firms. the bankrupt company had earlier said there would be an auction for those rights -- but now says there's only one qualified bid. also included in that sale -- ding dongs and ho ho's. the sale still needs to be approved in bankruptcy court. >> catherine: a california diver got quite a scare-- after a sea lion pup hitched a ride on his kayak.
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>> "hi little guy" rick coleman says after the sea lion jumped on board. it wouldn't go away. this all happened last month in southern california. coleman says he thinks the pup may have been trying to get away from a shark. but experts say it's more likely the pup was just trying to get warm. the sea lion stayed on the kayak for the entire 20 minute paddle to shore. before swimming away. still ahead. the sharks battle the blues. .the miami heat go for their 19th straight win. and the coming and going around the nfl. including players from the 49ers and raiders. gary has all that. and more. next! aren't they, kids?
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gabe slate tech report >> having an animal called missing is an ongoing fear. however, with rice and a wireles verizon wireless -- is
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always connected with gps technology now, you do not have to worry as much with your past. the pet owner will be able to track them. this is a free application and on the map you can see where they are located. you will receive an alert. and a text message. if the dog is keeps you will be able to know, instantly. anyone can use to this id is powered by the verizon network. >> pet owners are usually passionate and an added benefit is they have an
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activity tracker to set targets to help monitor them. it is really, really helpful to make sure that it is in tiptop shape. >> this will provide owners with their exercise and activity levels. this device is on the market. you are able to purchase this at $100 at $8 per month. right now, it is free for the first three months on verizon. >> jacqueline: it was certainly a nice day today. quite warm for the inland valleys. his it was also 76 in napa. closer to the coast pilaf cooler. the fifties that has returned. the
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golden gate but as we see we are going to see that fog. it is one to clear quicker. it is still in tact and those will remain thursday and friday. the fog tracker 4 tomorrow up and down the coast and the delta will remain there by 8:00 p.m. but it will always clear of the immediately from 8:00 a.m.-11:00 a.m. with a reversal of the wind. sunny skies-warmer temperatures. the 40's, the 50s to start but it is going to get warmer for the afternoon. '70s in fact, the only place the we will see 60s will be along the immediate coast. '70s and '80s in the north bay. for the east bay
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widespread 70's. 60s for the east coast. still, warmer than today. '70s as well. in fact, the next hand with temperatures quite mild. 60s. '70s but in a cooling down and
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>> gary: free agents... delanie walker gone the first 49ers free agent to go is tight end delanie walker who signs a 4-year, $17.5 million deal with the tennessee titans, including $8.6 million guaranteed that's a lot of money for a guy who caught 21 passes last year, but dropped around 5 or so. in seven seasons in san francisco walker never caught more than 29 passes still walker is considered a great athlete with big play capability - but wasn't getting much playing time behind vernon davis dashon goldson
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dashon goldson is currently in tampa bay after the bucs sent a private jet to southern california to pick up the free agent safety this morning. goldson is believed to be one of tampa bay's top priorities and the bucs hope to reach a long term deal with him tomorrow he's a two-time pro bowler with the niners and known as one of the biggest hitters in the league antoher niner, nose tackle isaac sopoaga as a visit scheduled with the
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philadlephia eagles anquan boldin the anquan boldin trade became official today - the former ravens wideout is now a 49er.and how did boldin learn that he was traded? by text. he was traveling in africa on a charity mission when he got off the plane he saw a bunch of texts from his friends congratulating him on the trade boldin is happy to be a
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niner, saying, >> "when i look at the organization and what they're about. and as a football team, the talent that they have. i think it's good, a good place for me to be." anquan boldin 49ers wide receiver once upon time there were rumors the 49ers might be interested in steelers wide receiver mike wallace. well that's not going to happen after wallace signed with the miami dolphins today in what was probably the biggest free agent signing thus far wallace got a 5-year deal worth $60 million with $30 million guaranteed wallace is a young receiver with lots of speed and one pro bowl under his belt tony gonzalez our last image of falcons tight end tony gonzalez was walking off the field after losing to the 49ers in the nfc championship game - after which he said he was 99% sure he was retiring. well, now he's 100% sure he's not retiring gonzalez has decided to return to the falcons to play for another year the 36 year old former cal product will be entering his 17th season and is the all time leader among tight ends in receptions, yards and touchdowns
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tony gonzalez to return to falcons >> here is a look to the sharks. st. louis = 4-2. jackie, you have said that he could be ejected? >> jacqueline: i was surprised that brought him back this year because he's a good coach of the have not been good enough. >> gary: do enjoy the banter? >> catherine: yes. >> gary: when we come back, ... no wonder the sports guy only gets two minutes. [laughter] and when we come back to the
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miami heat and lebron chains in a record territory. lebron james --
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♪ >> gary: some talk about the nba, the white howard is back in orlando the whitrand may people do not want to except the fact that he came off of pack circuitry. game in orlando for the lakers. 16 rebounds. and he was 25-39. the lakers = 106-97. lebron and james going for the 19th
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victory tonight. lebron james. and to win wait with dwyane wade and they go for 20 straight victories tomorrow. the record is 33 by the lakers. ... [ woman ] my boyfriend and i were going on vacation, so i used my citi thankyou card to pick up some accessories. a new belt. some nylons. and what girl wouldn't need new shoes? and with all the points i've been earning, i was able to get us a flight to our favorite climbing spot, even on a holiday weekend. ♪ things are definitely... looking up. [ male announcer ] with no blackout dates, you can use your citi thankyou points to travel whenever you want.

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KRON March 12, 2013 8:00pm-9:00pm PDT

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Duration 01:00:00
Scanned in San Francisco, CA, USA
Source Comcast Cable
Tuner Channel 13 (213 MHz)
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Audio Cocec ac3
Pixel width 704
Pixel height 480
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